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Adams 
State 



College 



Foreword 



From the time we came to N. A. S. C. as 
newly beanied Freshmen, we the members 
of the class of 1 962, have shared many fears, 
discoveries, moments of pleasure, and sad- 
ness with each other, deep friendships that 
never will be forgotten. 

As we leave our College days, perhaps 
not to see many of our classmates again, may 
this yearbook serve to remind us of the most 
cherished time of our lives. 




Contents 

Dedication 

President's Message 

Faculty 

Seniors 

Memory 

Underclassmen 

Activities 

Sports 

Candids 

Advertisements 



Class 
of 



1962 



Dedication 




GEORGE JARCK 
The Class of 1962 is proud to dedicate Lux Esto 
Vera to our class advisor, George Jarck. We realize 
that the position of a class advisor is a difficult one 
and we want to thank him for the assistance he has 
given us during these past four years. To him we ex- 
tend our sincerest wishes for a happy and successful 
future. 




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STATE COLLEGE AT NORTH ADAMS 




To the Class of 1962: 

Again the College opened with its record enrollment, 
and for the first time in its history reached a total of UOO 
students. You can be proud that you achieved this milestone 
in your senior year. 

The years immediately ahead present a tremendous 
challenge to all teachers on all levels. Not only are the 
nation' s schools rapidly expanding to meet great increases in 
numbers, but advances in teaching methods and techniques will 
also be forthcoming. You will be a part of these, and you must 
assume positions of leadership. I ask God to help you to do 
your work well in this challenge. 




Sincerely, 



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Eugene L. Freel 




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physics lab for Juniors 

profession Personified 

open-book exams 

distant accent 

funny stories 

German dishes 



ALI AA. ALLAAAKER 





'Fill in this map of the world from memory. 

dogs and rice— chicken chow-mein 

map projections 

Kappa Delta Phi 

Annapolis man 



ROBERT BARDEN 




drama workshop— overseer of aching thumbs 

"and that sort of thing" 

black Chevy convertible 

director emeritus 

Delta Psi Omega 

meticulous 




FREDERICK K. BRESSETTE 




"Listen to this song and write it down!" 

"Grand Canyon Suite" 

"South Pacific" 

The disc jockey 

haut bois 

"ohh" 




LOUIS S. CUCCINELLO 




field trips to Natural Bridge 

social calendar 

science methods 

physiology lab 

K. O. 




KENNETH O. DAVIS 




faculty sports enthusiast 

creative writing classes 

long bus rides 

Harbrace Guide 

likes to walk 

Irish wit 




THOMAS F. DUFFY 



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'It's been a good day, so we'll close early" 

sympathetic director of training school 

"no place for that in the classroom" 

"Be kind to children" 

soft soothing voice 

The good life 



DR. MAGDALEN EICHERT 





Howard Johnson's artist 

Junior Arts and Crafts 

abstractor of talent 

Cape Cod fan 

art critic 

mobiles 



DEAN ANDREW FLAGG 





'All seniors must Pass T and AA" 

long Ed. psych, assignments 

"break up into groups" 

Freshman testing 

clinic socials 

Stanford-Benet 

penthouse boy 

Garcia cigars 



DR. ROBERT V. HAMILlON 





Coach of our New England champs 

ideal of the Freshman girls 

our class advisor 

guidance quizzes 

prize paintings 

soccer dreams 

AAAA budget 



GEORGE H. JARCK 



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"Teaching is a particular profession" 

The lecture stand— the perfect crime 

"This, in reality, is teaching" 

Man with the 28 hour day 

new lesson plan forms 

junior methods 




DR. JOHN J. KOMOREK 




'All reserve books must be in by 8:30!' 

head of book brigade 

faculty coffee maker 

Freshman's friend 

cheerful smile 

book critic 




MARGARET M. LANOUE 





'form unacceptable' 

dust in the lab 

weight-lifter 

2 hour exams 



DR. NATHAN LAVENDA 





Readings in Algebra 

new faculty member 

"Is this right?" 

double L 



IRIS O. LILLY 




N. A.'s example of a true scholar 

spirit of Newman Club 

history term paper 

Since 1900 

"Ahem!" 




EDMUND K. LUDDY 




breeding of the Drosophila 

blackboard mistakes 

keeper of the bees 

long hours in lab 

ice skater 




CHRISTOPHER MARTIN 





JOHN T. AAcNULTY 




"When Irish Eyes are Smiling" 

Yearbook headaches 

speaker in demand 

Ren. and Ref. 

enthusiastic 

family man 

idealistic 




Pierce's piercing piercisms 

"Ivan Ivanovich can do it" 

Student Council finances 

"Shoot the ducks down" 

The O. R.'s due Monday 

P. AA.— prime minister 

Little Nash Rambler 

Harvard frogs 

B. AA. O. C. 



AAAES S. PIERCE 



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multiple-guess exams 

"The Furries" 

penthouse boy 

pipe-smoker 

author 
S-O- R 




DR. HARRY G. SCHRICKEL 




''I thought the picnic started at six. 

"Get off your Greek curbstones!" 

sophomore blacksmiths 

astronomy quizzes 

study notebooks 

Semon song 

"Eureka!" 




DR. JOHN H. SEMON 



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straightforward and to the point 

chemistry odors 

vivid examples 

proud father 

story teller 

researcher 




DR. RICHARD A. SLEEAAAN 




First aid for "Pre-med" seniors 

Bonnie Pruden warm ups 

artificial respiration 

absentee slips 

WRA play days 

quiet manner 

"ahhh!" 




RUTH C. TANGLEY 





'it's a 5 letter word beginning with 'g' 

"Read the N. Y. Times!" 

European style 

West Pointers 

Irish consul 

2.2 



MARGARET M. TOOLE 





"that's one way of looking aT it" 

"Meanwhile, back at the castle!" 

retreat to Vermont 

battered V. W. 

Bachelor 

Beowulf 



ROBERT R. WHEELER 



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DORMITORY MOTHERS 
Mrs. Michaels Mrs. Farmer 




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OFFICE STAFF 

Miss Shays Mr. McFarland 

Mrs. Reed Mrs. Russett 




MARK HOPKINS TRAINING SCHOOL 




MRS. BARRY: PRINCIPAL 



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ELEMENTARY TRAINING FACULTY 

Left to right: Miss Murray, Miss Dailey, Miss Stevenson, Miss Loftus, Miss Bown, Miss Prendergast, 
Mrs. Calvi. 




JUNIOR HIGH FACULTY 
Left to right: Dr. Toporowski, Mr. Curran, Miss Crowley, Mr. Sullivan, Miss Chadnicky, Mr. Minardi 



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DAVID P. AUCOIN 

AA.A.A. 4 

Varsity Basketball 4 

Newman Club 4 

Worcester State College 1 , 2, 3 



JUANITA BEILKE 

Glee Club 1 , 2, 3 
Brigadoon 2 
Student N.E.A. 4 
Newman Club 1 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 





WILLIAM L. BOURDON 

Freshman Orientation Committee 1 
J.V. Basketball 3 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 
AA.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 



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MARTHA LUNDBLAD BRESSETTE 

Current Events Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Vice President 2 

Secretary 3 
Mortarboard Staff 1, 2 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
"The Little Foxes" 3 
Harlequin Scenery Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 
"Delta Psi Omega" 1 
Yearbook Staff 4 





LOUISE ANNE BUCALA 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
C.A. 1, 2 
Science Club 3, 4 

Secretary-Treasurer 4 
Intercollegiate Basketball 3 
Eastern Colleges Science Conference 3 
Honor Society 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 



MARGARET F. BUCKLEY 

Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4 

Secretary 2 
Dormitory Council 2 
Harlequin 1 

Sophomore Prom Committee 2 
Glee Club 1 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Publicity Director 3 

Treasurer 4 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Committee 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 




JOHN EDWARD CARROLL 



Baseball 1 

Honor Society 3, 4 

M.A.A. 1, 3, 4 





FREDERICK WILLIAM CHALFONTE 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 
Science Club 4 
Stunt Nignt 4 



DONALD WILLIAM CLARK 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Freshman Orientation Committee 4 

Glee Club 1, 2, 4 

Science Club 1 

Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

"Kappa Delta Phi" 4 



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NANCY A. CURTIS 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Class Representative 1, 2, 4 

President 3 
W.R.A. Conference 2, 3 
N.E.T.P.A. Conference 3 
Dormitory Council 3 

Secretary 2 
Current Events Club 1 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Student Council 3 

Secretary 4 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 
Mountain Day Committee 3 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 4 
Intercollegiate Basketball 3 



JUDITH L. CWALINSKI 

Stunt Night 3 

Freshman Orientation Committee 4 

Intramural Basketball 1, 2 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Student N.E.A. 4 





PATRICIA G. DAVINE 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3 
Current Events Club 1, 2 
Taconah 2, 3 

Assistant Editor 4 
Christian Association 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
Harlequin 1 



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LAWRENCE DeMARCO 

AA.A.A. 3,4 

Junior Varsity Basketball 
Coach 3 



LOIS ELIZABETH DUCKWORTH 

Christian Association 1, 2, 3 

President 3, 4 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student Council 4 





CAROLYN DORAN ELLIS 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Student N.E.A. 4 

Freshman Halloween Dance 1 

Newman Club 1 

Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 

Stunt Night 2, 3 

Winter Carnival Queen 3 

Junior-Senior Prom Court 3 

Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 

Freshman Orientation Comm. 3, 4 



DIANA P. FORWARD 

C.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Honor Society 3, 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
"South Pacific" 3 





ANN B. FREITAS 

Newman Club 2, 3, 4 

Student N.E.A. 4 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Sophomore Prom Committee 2 

"South Pacific" 3 

Winter Carnival Court 3 



DORENE NORA GAAABA 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Newman Club 3, 4 

President 4 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Eastern Colleges Science Conference 3 
Science Club 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Student Council 4 




PHILIP KEVIN GIROUX 

B.U. Junior College 1, 2 

Soccer 2, 3 

Stunt Night 2 

Freshman Orientation Committee 

Treasurer 3 
Vice President Junior Class 
M.A.A. 2, 3, 4 

Junior Representative 3 
Winter Carnival Chairman 3 
President Student Council 4 
New York Conference 3 
Westfield Conference 4 








GWENDOLYN JOYCE GOLEC 

Honor Society 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 



GRETA M. GOTZENS 

Intramural Sports 1, 2 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Queen's Court, Winter Carnival 3 

Sophomore Prom Committee 2 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Editor-in-Chief 4 
Student Council 4 
Student Government Conference 4 
Freshman Orientation Committee 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Committee 3 
Permanent Class Secretary 



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DAVID ALBERT HARRIS 

Stunt Night 3 
Current Events Club 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 



LINDA JEAN HENRICKSON 

Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 





ELLEN HUDON 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 



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ERIC KARL JORGENSEN 

Bookstore 2, 3, 4 

Class President 3, 4 

Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Student Council 3, 4 

Student Government Conference 3 

Stunt Night 3, 4 

Winter Carnival Committee 3 



JEAN MARY KENT 

Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 2, 3 

Vice President 4 
Harlequin 1, 2, 3, 4 

Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4 
"Delta Psi Omega" 3, 4 
"Brigadoon" 2 
"South Pacific" 3 
"The Little Foxes" 3 
Christmas Play 2, 3, 4 
Stunt Night 3 
Newman Night 3 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Secretary 3, 4 
Freshman Orientation Committee 3, 4 
Student Council Vice President 4 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 
Intramural Sports 1, 2 
New York Conference 4 





CAROL ANN KERESZTES 

College of Mount Saint 

Vincent on the Hudson 
Newman Club 3, 4 
W.R.A. 3, 4 



DOROTHY ANNE KIRKPATRICK 

Harlequin 1, 2, 3 

Vice President 3 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3 

Vice President 3 
"Delta Psi Omega" 3, 4 
Newman Club 1, 2 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 
Mortarboard 1, 2 

Assistant Editor 2 
Taconah 3, 4 

Assistant Editor 4 
Jr. Class Public Relations 
Honor Society 4 





NICOLETTA KOUTSONECOLIS 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 



PATRICIA JANE KUSEK 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Class Representative 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
Dormitory Council 3, 4 

Treasurer 3, 4 
Newman Club 4 
Sophomore Prom Committee 2 




WILLIAM ALFRED LASHER 

Christian Association 1, 2, 4 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Stunt Night 1, 3 

Winter Carnival Committee 3 

Radio Club Secretary 1 , 2, 3 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Halloween Dance Committee 1 





JUDITH A. LEAHEY 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Conferences 2, 3 
Cheerleading 1 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

President 4 
Junior Class Secretary 3 
Senior Class Vice President 4 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 

Associate Editor 4 
Newman Club 3 

Executive Board 4 
New York Conference 3 
Boston Conference 4 
Winter Carnival Committee 3 
Freshman Orientation Committee 2 
Student Council 4 



CHESTER HARVEY LeSTAGE 

"South Pacific" 3 
Stunt Night 3 
Intramural Sports 2 



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GALEB MAHER 

Science Club 2, 3, 4 
Eastern Colleges Science 

Conference 3 
M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, A 



SANDRA AAARTINELLI 

Cheerleading 1 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3 

Treasurer 2 

Vice President 3 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 

Vice President 4 
Class Secretary 4 





CAROLE ANN McFARLANE 

Intramural Basketball 1 

Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Harlequin 1, 2 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Yearbook Staff 4 

Freshman Orientation Committee 4 

Dance Committees 1, 2, 3 

Sophomore Prom Queen 

Dorm Council 4 

Student N.E.A. 4 

Social Calendar Committee 2, 3 

Glee Club 1, 2 

"South Pacific" 3 

Stunt Night 1, 2 



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Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 
M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Intramural Basketball 1, 



2, 3 




EUGENE T. O'BRIEN 

Baseball 1, 2, 4 
M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Intramural Basketball 1, 2 
Sophomore Class President 
Student Council 2 
Sophomore Prom Committee 2 
Winter Carnival Committee 2 
Yearbook Staff 4 






GEORGE J. PELLERIN, JR. 




GERALDINE JUDITH PEREIRA 

Harlequin 1 
Glee Club 1 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3 

Secretary 2 

Treasurer 3 
Sophomore Prom Committee 2 
Halloween Dance Committee 1 
Freshman Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 
Winter Carnival Committee 3 
"South Pacific" 3 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 



HAROLD PILIGIAN 

M.A.A. 3, 4 
A.I.C. 1, 2 





MARY LOUISE RAPOZA 

Class Secretary 1 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 

Captain 4 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3 
Newman Club 1 , 2, 3 
Harlequin 1, 3 
Stunt Night 1 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
"South Pacific" 3 
Student N.E.A. 4 
Current Events Club 1 
Freshman Orientation Comm. 2, 3 
Dance Committees 2, 3 
Intramural Sports 



WARREN B. REYNOLDS, JR. 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Representative 4 
Baseball Manager 3, 4 
Freshman Orientation Comm. 2 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 
Halloween Dance Committee 1 
Sophomore Prom Committee 2 




NANCY JANE ROSS 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Canterbury Club 4 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

Public Relations 4 
Christian Association 1, 2, 3 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Dormitory Vice-President 3 
"South Pacific" 3 
Harlequin 4 





LOUIS J. SIEGEL 

Soccer 2, 3 

Brigadoon 2 

Freshman Orientation 2, 3 

Chairman Junior-Senior Prom 3 

Senior Class Public Relations 



FRANCES ELIZABETH SMITH 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Intramural Basketball 2 
Halloween Dance 1 
Stunt Night 1, 2 



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RUTH JOY SMITH 

Glee Club 1 

Class Treasurer 2 

Winter Carnival Committee 3 

Jr.-Sr. Prom Committee 3 

C.A. 1, 2, 3, 

Secretary 3 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
N.E.T.P.A. Delegate 4 
Dormitory Council 1, 3 
Student N.E.A. 4 



CYNTHIA MAY SPERL 

C.A. 2 

Glee Club 2, 3 
Taconah Staff 3 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 
Yearbook Staff 4 
W.R.A. 2, 3, 4 
Simmons College 




MARCIA STEVENS 

New York Conference 2 

Glee Club 2, 3 

C.A. 2 

Student N.E.A. 4 

Yearbook Staff 4 



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DONNA LEE SWEENEY 

Halloween Dance 1 
Junior-Senior Prom Court 1 
Newman Club 1 
Stunt Night 1, 2 
Glee Club 1, 2 
Science Club 3, 4 

Public Relations 3 
Harlequin 3, 4 

Secretary-Treasurer 4 
"Delta Psi Omega" 2, 3, 4 
"Brigadoon" 2 
"Death Takes a Holiday" 2 
Christmas Play 1, 3, 4 
Freshman Orientation Committee 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
Honor Society 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Intramural Sports 1, 2 
Junior-Senior Prom Committee 3 



CYNTHIA SUSAN TALBOT 

W.R.A. 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
Student Council 4 
Dormitory President 4 
Christian Association 2, 3, 4 

Vice President 3, 4 
Worcester Junior College 1, 2 





DOROTHY THOMPSON 

Honor Society 2, 3, 4 
Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Harlequin 4 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 
"The Little Foxes" 3 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 



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ARNOLD JOSEPH VAYO 

Current Events Club 3, 4 

Student N.E.A. 4 

Worcester Junior College 1, 2 





MARY ANN AAICHELE WALSH 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Representative 1 
Newman Club 1 
Class Treasurer 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 
Freshman Orientation Committee 3, 4 
Stunt Night 2 

Winter Carnival Committee 3 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Court 3 
Science Fair Committee 2 
Winter Carnival Queen 4 



CATHERINE M. WHITE 

New York Conference 4 
Jr.-Sr. Prom Court 1 
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 

Secretary-Treasurer 2, 3 

Vice President 4 
Student Council 3, 4 

Treas. 4 

Assistant Treasurer 3 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Public Relations 2 
N.E.T.P.A. Conference 3 
Science Conference 2 
Science Club 2, 3, 4 

Publicity 2 

Vice President 3 
Freshman Orientation Comm. 2, 3, 4 

Treasurer 4 
Dance Committees 2, 3 
Parent's Day Weekend Co-Chairman 3 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Student N.E.A. 3, 4 





KATHERINE ELIZABETH ZYCH 

Stunt Night 1 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3 

Freshman Orientation Committee 4 

Dormitory Council 3 

Secretary 3 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3 
Student N.E.A. 



FRANCIS H. BISSAILLON 



VIRGINIA LEE CAIRD 



Baseball 1 
Soccer 2, 3, 4 

Captain 4 
Science Club 2, 3, 4 

President 3 
Harlequin 1, 2, 3, 4 
"Delta Psi Omega" 2, 3, 4 
Spring Play 1, 2, 3, 4 
Musical 2, 3 
Student Council 3 
Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Taconah 3 
Yearbook 4 
Winter Carnival 3 
M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Basketball Assistant Manager 4 



Faculty Play 4 
Honor Society 4 
W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 



MRS. VERONICA GLEASON deGATEGNO 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 
Current Events Club 1, 2 
Science Club 1, 2 
Glee Club 1, 2 
"The Little Foxes" 3 



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MALCOLM B. ERVING 

M.A.A. 4 

Plymouth Teachers College 1, 2, 3 



WILLIAM FRANCIS KERNAHAN 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Basketball 1 
Baseball 3 
Harlequin 1 



CHARLES LeCLAIR 

M.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 



PATH JO MARCHIO MOREY 

W.R.A. 1, 2, 3, 4 

President 3 
Student Council 3 
Harlequin 1, 2 

Freshman Orientation Comm. 2, 3 
Social Calendar Comm. 2, 3 
Winter Carnival 3 
Alter Natus 1 
Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3 
Christian Association 1, 2 
Yearbook Staff 4 
Student N.E.A. 4 



DONALD ZITER 

Baseball 3, 4 
M.A.A. 2, 3, 4 
President 4 
Student Council 4 



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Our Advisor: Mr. George Jarck 




Mary Ann Walsh 
TREASURER 



SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Sandy Martinelli 
SECRETARY 



Judy Leahey 
VICE PRESIDENT 



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Eric Jorgensen 
PRESIDENT 



Lou Siegel 
PUBLIC RELATIONS 



In Memoriam 




JOAN GOODWIN CHEESBRO 



Born: February 8, 1941 Died: February 7, 1961 

"And fairer she, but how soon to die! 

Her quiet dreams of life this hour may cease. 
Her peaceful being slowly passes by 

To some more perfect peace." 

Alfred Lord Tennyson 



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Class History of 1962 



It was September of 1958, and the Class of 1962 
first convened at Orientation Weekend under the sur- 
veillance of watchful upperclassmen. We donned the 
"traditional" beanies— the first class in the history of 
the School to wear them. Remember Peggy Nealon (St. 
Pierre) as Queen of Freshman Reception? 

Classes started and we began to adjust ourselves 
to hour lectures, speech class, art and music lessons, 
hour exams, and for the first terrifying time, final exams! 
With blood, sweat, tears, and burning the midnight 
oil, we toiled through courses. Times weren't all bad 
though. Mr. Patashnick delighted in mortifying Miss 
36-24-36, and field trips to Natural Bridge, the Bird 
Sanctuary, and Mt. Hope Farm proved to be interesting 
diversions. 

There was only one school building in those days, 
and we spent many long hours in the old Koffee 
Korner, which served just as adequately as bookstore 
and card room. Lots of the girls spent their free time 
in the locker room sitting on pillows around the couch 
listening to Kathy Jamros, or finding Sandy Martinelli 
badly bitten by the Tsetse Fly (red spots from Jean 
Kent's art box.) Our Dorm girls reluctantly started living 
their first year on the second floor of Taconic Hall. 
Raven's Riders organized under the leadership of 
Spirited Buddy Pellerin. 

We had a mind of our own and displayed our un- 
concern by sitting on the floor in the corridors. Our 
first project on our own was the Halloween Dance. 
Under the able direction of Class Officers Bernie Ander- 
son, Bill Miller, Mary Lou Rapoza, and Sharon Fressola, 
we put on a respectable show— spaghetti hangers 
especially talented. 

At the end of this year we looked ahead to three 
more years of hard study and wondered when it would 
ever end. 



Back to classes a few weeks late and minus some 
friends of Freshman year, we heard the Welcoming 
Speech by Dr. Freel on the front lawn of the Adminis- 
tration Building, since our new auditorium was not com- 
pleted. The SM section came into being, and science 
classes were held in Hoosac Hall. We braved the lad- 
ders and workmen while going to class. Watch out for 
those cement blocks and be careful of falling buckets! 

Construction has its good points though: we had no 
gym classes and no library (sob!) Physical science 
classes, the bane of Sophomore year, often meant 
moving supplies to the new building. (How do you 
write a lab. report on that?) The SM chemistry class 
did not study nuclear chemistry because it wasn't too 
important anyway. They did manage to tour the labs 
of the Breck Hair Co. in Springfield though! With no 
library, the required U.S. History wasn't too bad. And 
who can forget English Lit. with Beowulf? To top the 
year off, we were first introduced to psychology. 

Class officers Gene O'Brien, Doug Chamberlain, Jo- 
annie Goodwin, and Ruth Smith spearheaded the Soph- 
omore Prom held at the Dalton American Legion Home. 
"Little Lulu" was our pride and joy in the snow sculptur- 
ing contest for Winter Carnival Weekend. That was a 
beautiful Christmas tree that our Class' dorm girls put 
up in Taconic Hall foyer. Where did Nancy Curtis ever 
find such a tree? This year was another landmark, also, 
when Harlequin and Glee Club combined efforts to 
put on "Brigadoon," the first musical ever produced 
at the College. The hard work which went into this 
presentation was very evident to those who saw the 
final product. 

The end of the year saw the completion of Hoosac 
Hall with a beautiful auditorium, sharp gym, and handy 
card room; the new cafeteria was like heaven. When 
finals were over, we realized that we were half done. 



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Summers are always too short, and we returned to 
find our schedules crammed with methods courses. 
While the secondary juniors toiled with lesson plans 
and curriculum classes, the elementary majors actually 
taught a few lessons at Mark Hopkins. The SAA section 
has lived through 4 hours of physics only to find 
themselves faced with advanced courses with 3 hour 
lab periods, in which they learned to "plug in zee 
values." Advanced chemistry proceeded well, with 
breaks evenly spaced between periods of intense labor. 
Elementary majors astounded us with their creative 
ability in arts and crafts. Meanwhile, English and social 
study majors tackled Modern Europe, Shakespeare, In- 
ternational Relations, American Lit., and Classics. And 
who said junior year was easy! 

This is the year we were finally allowed to get THE 
status symbol, our class rings, the first to read NORTH 
ADAMS STATE COLLEGE. In addition to all our study- 
ing, the junior class, we discovered, is responsible for 
several social functions. Under the leadership of Eric 
Jorgensen, Kevin Giroux, Judy Leahey, Mary Ann 
Walsh, and Dorothy Kirkpatrick, we sponsored Winter 
Carnival Weekend. Despite the inclement weather, the 
programs were a success, and Queen Carolyn Doran 
reigned supreme. Our congratulations to the commit- 
tees! One of the greatest efforts of our class, especially, 
went into the College's second musical production, 
"South Pacific." With our own Nancy Ross as female 
lead and Doug Hunniken as male lead, how could we 
miss getting such terrific reviews? The all-important 
Junior-Senior Prom, held at the Dalton American Legion 
Home, was met with an enthusiastic response. 

With this heavy schedule, how did we ever find time 
to enjoy the sun at Fish Pond? The first annual SM 
picnic, an all day affair at Mausert's, was the envy of 
the rest of us. Sherwood Inn was the scene of many 
joyous parties following basketball games— and what a 
team we had that year! 



When we were instructed by Dr. Freel to invest the 
Seniors with their caps and gowns, we realized that 
our last year was almost upon us. 

"Where, oh where, are the Stately Seniors?" Hey! They 
mean us! It's impossible to believe, but true, and the 
first training group goes down to Mark Hopkins. 
Squeals of "I taught my first lesson" greet us in the 
cafeteria. While sneakered, non-training seniors, who 
are seemingly majoring in cafeteria, decry the academic 
work load, the practically course-free training seniors 
complain of uncomfortable heels and ties. And so it 
goes both semesters. 

On the whole, we can relax from putting on social 
events and enjoy the functions as guests of under- 
classmen. We will never forget the efforts of the fresh- 
men with their Halloween Dance, the sophomores and 
their impressive "Sleepy Lagoon," the juniors and their 
well-managed Winter Carnival, and most of all their 
Junior-Senior Prom. 

And what do we do in our spare time? Look for 
jobs, of course. Some, however, are pinning their hopes 
on graduate study and delve into university catalogues. 
We can be found nosing around room 1 1 checking 
envelopes, or writing letters of application and having 
interviews. 

With solemnity, we receive our caps and gowns 
from the juniors. This marks the beginning of the end 
for us. With finals over, we enjoy the Junior-Senior 
Prom and the Senior Banquet, though somewhat reluc- 
tant to realize that we will soon be leaving our friends 
of four years. The climax of our college days comes 
on June 10th, the long awaited day when we receive 
our diplomas. Nervous, excited, exultant, and sad- 
dened, we participate in the Graduation Day cere- 
monies. We leave North Adams State College nostalgic 
with memories that will remain with us for the years 

to come. 

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Ye Old Lessone Planne (1962 Style) 



Name of Lesson: Students say the darndest things! 

Aim of Lesson: To produce for public inspection the choicest answers given during 
the four years that said class has attended N.A.S.C. 

Facts and Knowledges: 

1. During the years 1958-1962 a particularly bright and responsive class has 
wended its way through these halls of ivy. 

2. This class, when called upon for answers, has always managed to come up 
with something appropriate, if not exactly pertinent to the situation. 

Skills and Abilities: 

1. Skill in evading the issues. 

2. Ability to smile even when caught without the answers. 



Teacher Activity 
Dr. Simon: Miss Kent? 

Mrs. Bressette: Well, Dorothy, are you 
all set for final exams? 

Mr. Luddy: I hope you're getting some- 
thing out of the Classics course, Mrs. 
Bressette. 

Miss Toole: — so, Carolyn, if you took 
down from the library shelf a copy of 
Tom Jones, the story of a foundling, 
what would you do? 

Mr. Barden: How can you expect to 
study with that bright shirt on? 

Mr. Davis: Can anyone explain mitosis? 

Teacher (passing by in hall): Mrs. de- 
Gategno, don't forget the TB test to- 
morrow. 



Pup/7 Activity 

Miss Kent: (batting ye eyelashes) Oh, 
don't look at me like that, Dr. Semon! 

Mrs. Thompson: I sure am. I've bought 
three new pairs of bermudas and 
sharpened all my pencils. 

Mrs. Bressette-. Why, yes, Mr. Luddy. 
I'm getting a headache. 

Mrs. Ellis: Miss Toole, I'd put it right 
back on the shelf where it belonged. 

Mr. Piligian: You should see my pa- 
jamas. 

Galen Davis: My toesis what's in my 
shoesis. 

Mrs. deGategno: Oh, lio— not another 
test! 



Conclusion: From these halls passes the class of 1962, who will certainly be re- 
membered as a kind of wits of a sort . . . 

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Junior Class 



PRESIDENT-W. Ostrander 
VICE PRES.-D. Hathaway 



SECRETARY-C. Mazza 
TREASURER-B. Silk 



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Sophomore Class 



PRESIDENT-B. Morandi 
VICE PRES.-M. Duffy 



SECRETARY-L. Chase 
TREASURER-D. Giusti 



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Freshman Class 



PRESIDENT-R. Gentile 
VICE PRESIDENT-R. Emerson 



SECRETARY-B. Walsh 
TREASURER-C. Seymour 



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Staff of 1962 "Lux Esto Vera" 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .... Greta Gotzens 

ASSISTANT EDITOR Judith Leahey 

LITERARY CO-EDITORS Margaret Buckley 

Dorene Gamba 
Marcia Stevens 

ART EDITOR Martha Bressette 

CANDID CO-EDITORS David Harris 

Eric Jorgensen 

William Lasher 

Catherine White 

STUDENT-FACULTY INFORMATION Louise Bucala 

Nancy Curtis 
Carole McFarlane 

SPORTS CO-EDITORS . Francis Bissaillon 

Eugene O'Brien 

BUSINESS MANAGER Jean Kent 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 



PRESIDENT-K. Giroux 
SECRETARY-N. Curtis 



TREASURER-C. White 
ASST. TREAS.-J. Santacroce 



PUBLIC RELATIONS-J. Kent 




DORMITORY COUNCIL 

PRESIDENT-C. Talbot VICE PRES-AA. Siwik 

SECRETARY-F. Tilly TREASURER-P. Kusek 

SOCIAL CHAIRMAN-C. McFarlane 



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HARLEQUIN 

PRESIDENT-J. Cahalan SEC.-TREAS.-D. Sweeney 

VICE PRESIDENT-E. Pierce FACULTY ADVISOR-Mr. F. Bressette 




DELTA PSI OMEGA 
CAST PRESIDENT-J. Cahalan SEC.-TREAS.- 

CAST DIRECTOR-Mr. F. Bressette 



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PRESIDENT-C. Harrington SEC.-TREAS.-A. Wynn 

VICE PRES.-J. Kent PUBLIC RELATIONS-B. Steady 




FRESHMAN ORIENTATION 

CHAIRAAAN-S. Donovan SECRETARY-B. Silk 

TREASURER-K. White 



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W.R.A. OFFICERS 

PRES.-M. Tisdale 
VICE PRES.-K. Paulsen 
SECRETARY-J. Patashnick 
TREASURER-J. Brignolo 



M.A.A. OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT-D. Ziter 
VICE PRES.-W. Mitchell 
SECRETARY-R. Jennings 
TREASURER-W. Ostrander 




TACONAH 
EDITOR-C. Mazza ASST. EDITOR-R. Brazeau 



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CURRENT EVENTS CLUB 



PRESIDENT-B. Fryc 
VICE PRES.-D. Hathaway 



SECRETARY-B. Parmenter 
PUBLIC RELATIONS-M. Bressette 



ADVISOR-A. S. Pierce 




FRANK FULLER AAURDOCK HONOR SOCIETY 



PRESIDENT- 
VICE PRES.- 



-J. Leahey 
-K. White 



SEC.-TREAS.-J. Cahalan 
STEERING COMM.-N. Ross 



ADVISORS-Dr. J. Semon 

Mr. E. K. Luddy 



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NEWMAN CLUB 

\ P /?rl'? D E ^ T_D - Gamba SECRETARY-C. Mazza 

VILE PRES.-A. Russo TREASURER-M. Buckley 

PUBLIC RELATIONS-M. Maston 




PRESIDENT-R. Getty (pro temp) 
VICE PRES.-R. Getty 



SCIENCE CLUB 

SEC-TREAS.-L. Bucala 
PUBLIC RELATIONS-E. Doborowski 
ADVISOR-Dr. J. Semon 



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CANTERBURY CLUB 

PRESIDENT-E. Pierce PROGRAM CO-CHAIRAAEN-A. 

SEC-TREAS.-N. Ross G. Harriman 



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CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 



PRESIDENT-L. Duckworth 
VICE PRES.-P. Crosier 
SECRETARY-R. Leab 
DEPUTATIONS CO-CHAIRAAEN- 



TREASURER-C. Harrington 
PUBLIC RELATIONS-M. Bornak 

-P. Davine, J. MacGregor 



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S.N.E.A. OFFICERS 

PRESIDENT-C. Taylor 
SECRETARY-S. Martinelli 



BOOKSTORE STAFF 

AAANAGER-E. Jorgensen 
W. Ostrander 
B. Belouin 




KAPPA DELTA PHI 



PRESIDENT-J. Spinazola 
VICE PRESIDENT-R. Mularsyzk 
SECRETARY-R. Goeway 



TREASURER-R. Geier 
PLEDGEMASTER-R. Wright 



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CAPTAIN: Fran Bissaillon 



RECORD 

NORTH ADAMS 1 CASTLETON 6 

NORTH ADAMS 3 DANBURY 5 

NORTH ADAMS 1 FITCHBURG 7 

NORTH ADAMS CASTLETON 7 

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Soccer again provided excitement and pleasure to fans and 
players alike at North Adams in the fall of 1961. 

Workouts were under the able guidance of Coach George 
Jarck. A few returning veterans and a goodly number of fresh- 
men began the daily workouts. North Adams opened the season 
with a squad of nineteen of which eleven had to be on the field 
at all times. 

The size and the inexperience of the team were a handicap 
during the entire season. North Adams lost their first game to 
Castleton and six of their next eight, but a very definite improve- 
ment was noticed as the season progressed. They won two of their 
last three games. 

It was a fighting club. None of the opponents ever had more 
than two goals at the half, but force of numbers brought on fa- 
tigue and second half collapse. Everyone on the club gave his 
best but a few deserve mention. 

Ben Morandi, who led the scoring with five goals; Bill Mc- 
Neil, who set up many scores; also Roger Goodell; and Harold 
Williams who prevented many an opponent from scoring double 
figures. 

Coach Jarck deserves special mention for leading the club 
and for drawing out each player's best. He assigned each player 
to his most effective position and was constantly urging them on. 

Only Captain Fran Bissaillon will be lost through graduation. If 
others return, and with a few freshmen, the team should show 
much improvement. 



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Basketball Team 



L to R: Coach George Jarck, Frank Zoltek, George Fitzpatrick, Dave Aucoin, Joe Spinazola, Don 
Wilkinson, Paul Perachi, Dick Jennings, Bob Mularszyk, Tim Carroll, Jim Archey, Fran Bissaillon — 
Manager. 



CO-CAPTAINS: Jim Archey, Joe Spinazola 




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1962 Basketball 



The 1962 basketball team was led by co-captains Jim Archey and Joe Spinazola. 
The "Mohawks" were a well balanced club. They were a running ball club and they 
hustled from start to finish. The A-Z Trio composed of Archey, Carroll and Zoltek 
never let up on defense or offense. Perachi and Spinazola provided broad strength 
and were close in scoring punch. 

Coach Jarck worked long and hard with the individuals and molded them into 
a team. Always encouraging, always demanding the fighting spirit, Coach Jarck 
contributed immeasurably to the team's success. 

Nearly every game was a cliff hanger but the team showed its ability and 
courage by finishing with a 1 5-7 record. 

The team made the playoffs and beat Castleton in the seminfinals but lost to a 
big, hot shooting Gorham, Maine team in the finals for the Northern Division 
crown. 

Only Dave Aucoin will be lost through graduation so the outlook is bright for 
next year. Win or lose, they should be just as exciting games. 

1962 RECORD 

Wins Against: Waterbury, Lovell, Fitchburg, Castleton, Albany, Keene, Salem, 

Willimantic, Westfield, Danbury, Berkshire Christian. 

Losses Against: Westfield, Windham, Willimantic, Danbury and Waterbury. 



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1 962 Baseball Team 



COACHES: Don Ziter, Gene O'Brien 
FACULTY ADVISOR: Mr. T. Duffy 



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1962 Baseball 



N. A. S. C.'s varsity baseball team under the able leadership of coaches Don 
Ziter and Gene O'Brien entered its fifth year of collegiate competition. Prospects 
for a winning season looked bright at the beginning of the year, especially in the 
pitching department with the return of veteran Tom Condron and the debut of 
hard throwing John Mozden. 

N. A. S. C. jumped off to a quick start with identical 10-8 wins over Danbury 
and Keene. The third game saw a strong Westfield team come in and clip the 
Profs 4-1. This defeat was then followed by losses to an undefeated Castleton and a 
very strong Worcester Team. 

North Adams got back on the winning trail with wins over Fitchburg and Dan- 
bury again. The Profs would've ended up playing .500 ball had it not been for the 
season's final with Westfield. The team ended up with a 4-5 season. 

John Mozden was again the bright star for the Profs at the plate as were Bill 
Ostrander, Rog Goodell and Joe Santacroce. A word must be said for Jack Gallivan, 
our able scorer, who was present at all the games with his usual hustle and efficient 
bookkeeping. Seniors who wound up their collegiate career were Don Ziter, Gene 
O'Brien, Tom Condron, and Charie LeClair. 



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C. Coburn J. Brignolo C. Barroe C. Taylor P. Girgenti 

P. Warchol AA.L. Rapoza J. Patashnick 

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Aucoin, David P. .. 8 Adams Street, Spencer 

Beilke, Juanita 25 Windom Terrace, North Adams 

Bissaillon, Francis 155 No. Hoosac Road, Williamstown 

Bourdon, William 1 1 Columbia Terrace, Adams 

Bressette, Martha (Mrs.) 143 Notch Road, North Adams 

Bucala, Louise . West Street, North Hatfield 

Buckley, Margaret - 20 Taylor Street, Pittsfield 

Caird, Virginia (Mrs.) Summer St., Lanesboro 

Carroll, John E. 40 Hawthorne Ave., Pittsfield 

Chalfonte, Frederick 148 Bracewell Ave., North Adams 

Clark, Donald 943 Massachusetts Ave., North Adams 

Condron, Thomas 245 Cheshire Road, Pittsfield 

Curtis, Nancy Chesterfield 

Cwalinski, Judith 1 1 West Street, Adams 

Davione, Patricia 1 1 Wesleyan Street, North Adams 

deGategno, Veronica (Mr;.) .... . Spruce Hill Farm, Savoy 

Duckworth, Lois 427 Chancery St., New Bedford 

Ellis, Carolyn . 149 Bradley Street, North Adams 

Erving, Malcolm Lake George Central School, Lake George, N.Y. 

Forward, Diane P. Longview Ave., Hinsdale 

Freitas, Ann 41 1 Horseneck Road, So. Dartmouth 

Gamba, Dorene 272 Benedict Road, Pittsfield 

Giroux, Philip K. 24 Woodland Street, Arlington 

Golec, Gwendolyn 8 Columbia Terrace, Adams 

Gotzens, Greta 105 Greylock Ave., North Adams 

Harris, David - 250 Mansfield Ave., Willimantic, Conn. 

Henrickson, Linda . 744 West Housatonic St., Pittsfield 

Hudon, Ellen (Mrs.) Depot Street, Cheshire 

Jorgensen, Eric Robbins Road, Harwich Port 

Kent, Jean 37 Lois Street, North Adams 

Keresztes, Carol Copper Road, Great Barrington 

Kirkpatrick, Dorothy .12 Davidson Street, North Adams 

Kernahan, William 161 North Si., Dalton 

Koutsonecolis, Nicoletta 187 Bradford Street, Pittsfield 

Kusek, Patricia . 54 Bay Road, Hadley 

Lasher, William .. 18 Park Avenue, North Adams 

Leahey, Judith .... 122 Stoddard Ave. Pittsfield 

LeClair, Charles 600 Crane Avenue, Pittsfield 

LeStage, Chester .. Carson Avenue, Rt. 19, North Adams 

Maher, Galeb 25 Beech Street, North Adams 

Martinelli, Sandra 34 Dartmouth Street, Pittsfield 

McFarlane, Carole .. 2 Bonad Road, Winchester 

Morey, Patti Jo 20 Elm Street, Adams 

O'Brien, Eugene . 200 Second St., Pittsfield 

Pereira, Geraldine .... 599 Birch Street, Fall River 

Rapoza, Mary Lou 3465 Morgan Place, San Jose, California 

Reynolds, Warren West Road, Cheshire 

Ross, Nancy Jane 66 Emerson Ave., Pittsfield 

Siegel, Louis 1755 Clay Ave., Bronx 57, N.Y. 

Smith, Frances Walling Road, Adams 

Smith, Ruth Edson Avenue, Rutland 

Sperl, Cynthia 282 Holden St., Holden 

Stevens, Marcia Pitcher's Way, Hyannis 

Sweeney, Donna 69 Williams Street, North Adams 

Talbot, Cynthia 354 Burncoat St., Worcester 

Thompson, Dorothy (Mrs.) 344 East Main Street, North Adams 

Vayo, Arnold 556 Barbour Street, North Adams 

Walsh, Mary Ann ..... 339 Franklin St., North Adams 

White, Catherine 29 Pine St., Dalton 

Ziter, Donald 21 Rickards St., North Adams 

Zych, Katherine 20 Newton St., New Bedford 



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Archey, James 101 Parker Street, Pittsfield 

Barrow, Cynthia 48 Seaview Ave., Fairhaven 

Bearse, Linda May Bayview Road, South Chatham 

Binns, Elliot AA. 179 Kent St., Brookline 

Bobowiec, Michael Jr. 17 Murray Street, Adams 

Bornak, Martha 25 Velma Ave., Pittsfield 

Brazeau, Russell 37 Chickering St., Pittsfield 

Brignolo, Joan State Road, Williamstown 

Buckley, Catherine 20 Taylor Street, Pittsfield 

Cahalan, James 1095 S. Mohawk Trail, North Adams 

Chandler, William No. Spencer Rd., Spencer 

Coleman, Richard Mountain View Street, Housatonic 

Crosier, Priscilla Griswaldville 

Davis, Donald 8 Myrtle Street, Pittsfield 

DeMayo, Judith 541 East Main St., North Adams 

Donovan, Sheila 139 Front St., North Adams 

Dynes, James 171 North Summer St., Adams 

Fryc, Bernard 25 Anthony St., Adams 

Gallivan, John 20 Summer St., Adams 

Gazzaniga, Joyce 17 Thonpson St., Adams 

Goodwin, Phyllis 46 William St., Fairhaven 

Graziani, Amelia , Main St., Cheshire 

Harrington, Carol 120 Danforth Ave., Pittsfield 

Hathaway, David Notch Road, Adams 

Hunter, Ralph 68 Meadow St., North Adams 

Jennings, Richard North Plain Rd., Housatonic 

Koza, Geraldine Richmond St., Cheshire 

LaPointe, Richard 6 Grove St., Pittsfield 

Lawson, Laurel A. 20 Leonard St., Adams 

Lillpopp, Frederick 956 Main St., Dalton 

Lowe, Julia 136 Brainerd St., South Hadley 

MacGregor, Janet 1293 Main St., Holden 

Malione, Lynn 1 Newark St., Adams 

Mazza, Carole 22 Veazie St., North Adams 

McGill, Thomas 26 Lowden St., Pittsfield 

Mitchell, William 10 Ruth St., Worcester 

Morey, Robert 12 Miller St., Adams 

Morgan, Albert 77 Second St., Pittsfield 

Mularszyk, Robert 221 Elm Street, New Bedford 

Ostrander, William 55 Hall Street, North Adams 

Ostrobinski, Sally-Lynn (Mrs.) 6 Wilfred Ave., Adams 

Paulsen, Karen 35 Warren Ave., Woburn 

Pepin, Douglas 15 Westminster St., Pittsfield 

Perachi, Paul 21 Elizabeth St., Pittsfield 

Raymond, Jacqueline 54 North St., Orange 

Richard, Jeanette 140 East Blvd., Gloversville, N.Y. 

Russo, Anthony 250 Dalton Div. Rd., Pittsfield 

St. Francis, Richard 73 Waite Ave., Chicopee Falls 

Santacroce, Joseph 39 Winter St., Milford 

Shogry, June 35 Westwood Rd., Pittsfield 

Silk, Barbara 30 Deering St., Agawam 

Simmons, Gail 38 Elmhurst Ave., Pittsfield 

Siwik, Mary 331 Hersom St., New Bedford 

Spinazola, Joseph 46 Fay Rd., Framinghan 

Taylor, Claudia 143 Montgomery Ave., Pittsfield 

Tilley, Frances 58 Franklin St., Northampton 

Tisdale, Martha East Rd., Adams 

Warchol, Patricia Mill River Rd., South Dee'rfield 

Wynn, Arlene (Mrs.) Apt. 39, Greylock H. P., North Adams 



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To The Class of '62 

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North Adams, Mass. 

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Compliments of 

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Our Sincere Congratulations 
and best wishes to 
the Class of 1962. 

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CUSS 


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